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Tax / Fee Revenue Calculator

Use this tool to estimate new annual revenue from an alcohol tax or fee increase in your state.
NEW! For California and New Mexico, you can drill down to the county level and then city level,
to estimate revenue for select counties and cities.
FAQ for more info

Step 1: Select State, D.C., or U.S. from the drop down menu.

State/U.S.
County
City
Control State (Spirits)
Control State (Wine)

The Alaska beer excise tax was last changed in 2002 and has lost 22% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $1.07 per gallon, it would now be $1.36 per gallon.
The Arizona beer excise tax was last changed in 1983 and has lost 57% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.16 per gallon, it would now be $0.37 per gallon.
The Arkansas beer excise tax was last changed in 2001 and has lost 23% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.24 per gallon, it would now be $0.31 per gallon.
The California beer excise tax was last changed in 1991 and has lost 41% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.20 per gallon, it would now be $0.34 per gallon.
The Colorado beer excise tax was last changed in 1976 and has lost 71% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.08 per gallon, it would now be $0.32 per gallon.
The Connecticut beer excise tax was last changed in 2011 and has lost 0% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.24 per gallon, it would now be $0.24 per gallon.
The Delaware beer excise tax was last changed in 1990 and has lost 43% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.16 per gallon, it would now be $0.28 per gallon.
The Florida beer excise tax was last changed in 1983 and has lost 57% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.48 per gallon, it would now be $1.10 per gallon.
The Georgia beer excise tax was last changed in 1964 and has lost 86% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $1.01 per gallon, it would now be $3.55 per gallon.
The Hawaii beer excise tax was last changed in 1998 and has lost 29% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.93 per gallon, it would now be $1.31 per gallon.
The Idaho beer excise tax was last changed in 1961 and has lost 87% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.15 per gallon, it would now be $1.15 per gallon.
The Illinois beer excise tax was last changed in 2009 and has lost 6% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.23 per gallon, it would now be $0.25 per gallon.
The Indiana beer excise tax was last changed in 1981 and has lost 60% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.12 per gallon, it would now be $0.30 per gallon.
The Iowa beer excise tax was last changed in 1986 and has lost 52% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.19 per gallon, it would now be $0.40 per gallon.
The Kansas beer excise tax was last changed in 1977 and has lost 74% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.18 per gallon, it would now be $0.68 per gallon.
The Kentucky beer excise tax was last changed in 1954 and has lost 88% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.08 per gallon, it would now be $0.68 per gallon.
The Louisiana beer excise tax was last changed in 1948 and has lost 90% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.32 per gallon, it would now be $3.04 per gallon.
The Maine beer excise tax was last changed in 1986 and has lost 52% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.35 per gallon, it would now be $0.73 per gallon.
The Maryland beer excise tax was last changed in 1972 and has lost 82% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.09 per gallon, it would now be $0.49 per gallon.
The Massachusetts beer excise tax was last changed in 1975 and has lost 77% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.11 per gallon, it would now be $0.47 per gallon.
The Michigan beer excise tax was last changed in 1966 and has lost 86% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.20 per gallon, it would now be $1.41 per gallon.
The Minnesota beer excise tax was last changed in 1987 and has lost 50% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.15 per gallon, it would now be $0.30 per gallon.
The Mississippi beer excise tax was last changed in 1950 and has lost 89% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.43 per gallon, it would now be $4.09 per gallon.
The Missouri beer excise tax was last changed in 1971 and has lost 82% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.06 per gallon, it would now be $0.34 per gallon.
The Montana beer excise tax was last changed in 1992 and has lost 39% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.14 per gallon, it would now be $0.23 per gallon.
The Nebraska beer excise tax was last changed in 2003 and has lost 20% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.31 per gallon, it would now be $0.39 per gallon.
The Nevada beer excise tax was last changed in 2003 and has lost 20% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.16 per gallon, it would now be $0.20 per gallon.
The New Hampshire beer excise tax was last changed in 1983 and has lost 57% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.30 per gallon, it would now be $0.69 per gallon.
The New Jersey beer excise tax was last changed in 1992 and has lost 39% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.12 per gallon, it would now be $0.20 per gallon.
The New Mexico beer excise tax was last changed in 1993 and has lost 37% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.41 per gallon, it would now be $0.65 per gallon.
The New York beer excise tax was last changed in 2009 and has lost 6% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.14 per gallon, it would now be $0.15 per gallon.
The North Carolina beer excise tax was last changed in 2009 and has lost 6% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.62 per gallon, it would now be $0.66 per gallon.
The North Dakota beer excise tax was last changed in 1963 and has lost 87% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.16 per gallon, it would now be $1.20 per gallon.
The Ohio beer excise tax was last changed in 1993 and has lost 37% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.18 per gallon, it would now be $0.29 per gallon.
The Oklahoma beer excise tax was last changed in 1987 and has lost 50% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.40 per gallon, it would now be $0.81 per gallon.
The Oregon beer excise tax was last changed in 1977 and has lost 72% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.08 per gallon, it would now be $0.30 per gallon.
The Pennsylvania beer excise tax was last changed in 1947 and has lost 90% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.08 per gallon, it would now be $0.82 per gallon.
The Rhode Island beer excise tax was last changed in 1989 and has lost 46% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.10 per gallon, it would now be $0.18 per gallon.
The South Carolina beer excise tax was last changed in 1969 and has lost 84% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.77 per gallon, it would now be $4.81 per gallon.
The South Dakota beer excise tax was last changed in 1987 and has lost 50% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.27 per gallon, it would now be $0.54 per gallon.
The Tennessee beer excise tax was last changed in 2002 and has lost 22% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.14 per gallon, it would now be $0.18 per gallon.
The Texas beer excise tax was last changed in 1984 and has lost 55% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.19 per gallon, it would now be $0.42 per gallon.
The Utah beer excise tax was last changed in 2003 and has lost 20% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.41 per gallon, it would now be $0.51 per gallon.
The Vermont beer excise tax was last changed in 1981 and has lost 60% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.27 per gallon, it would now be $0.67 per gallon.
The Virginia beer excise tax was last changed in 1977 and has lost 74% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.28 per gallon, it would now be $1.05 per gallon.
The Washington beer excise tax was last changed in 2010 and has lost 5% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.76 per gallon, it would now be $0.80 per gallon.
The West Virginia beer excise tax was last changed in 1955 and has lost 88% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.18 per gallon, it would now be $1.54 per gallon.
The Wisconsin beer excise tax was last changed in 1969 and has lost 84% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.06 per gallon, it would now be $0.37 per gallon.
The Wyoming beer excise tax was last changed in 1935 and has lost 94% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.02 per gallon, it would now be $0.33 per gallon.
The United States beer excise tax was last changed in 1990 and has lost 43% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.58 per gallon, it would now be $1.02 per gallon.
The District of Columbia beer excise tax was last changed in 1989 and has lost 44% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of $0.09 per gallon, it would now be $0.17 per gallon.
Step 2: Enter tax or fee increase for one or more alcohol categories.
(e.g., Enter a ten-cent tax or fee increase for beer as 0.1 in the box under "Beer".)
Step 3: Select a unit of measurement.
Beer
Tax Increase $

12 oz. Drink.
Liter
Gallon
31 Gallon Barrel
Wine
Tax Increase $

5 oz. Drink.
Liter
Gallon
31 Gallon Barrel
Spirits
Tax Increase $

1.5 oz. Drink.
Liter
Gallon
31 Gallon Barrel
Step 4: Click the Calculate button!